Wellesley Alliance Church

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Memorial Service for Norma Eidt

Memorial Service for Norma Marie Eidt.
Friday March 31, 2017
Wellesley Alliance Church

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The Search For Contentment - February 22, 2016

 

Nietzsche was a profound thinker and he correctly saw that a result of "killing God" was that we would not have anything to replace Him. In this sermon, Carl walks through the lessons in Ecclesiastes 4:4-8, which show us how we try to replace God and find contentment in our work and play, and how we can really only find contentment in God.

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Overcoming Sorrow - January 31, 2016

 

Working our way through John's Gospel, we reach a critical lesson in overcoming sorrow. Everyone suffer, Christians are not immune to suffering, and in John 16:16-22, Jesus shows us how to live in complete joy, regardless of our circumstances.

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Rest In Peace: What Does God Promise? - Psalm 91 - May 17, 2015

 

Psalm 91 is one of the most loved psalms in the Bible.  In it, God makes us an incredible promise, but we often misunderstand this promise.  Listen in as Carl Santos offers insight on how to Psalm 91 helps us understand how to "Rest in Peace".

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Beauty: the Key to the Promise - April 19, 2015

 

In Psalm 27, David seems to say that those who trust God will be kept "safe".  Yet, we know that Christians are not immune to the "slings and arrows" of life.  So, what is going on here?  Listen as Carl Santos explains how seeing God's beauty is the key to never losing anything that is truly important to you.

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What is Humanity? - April 12, 2015

 

Meaning and purpose in life is rooted in our origins.  In Psalm 8 the writer asks God "what is mankind that you are mindful of them?"  It is this question that must be understood if we are to ever move forward.  Listen in as Carl Santos walks through how Psalm 8 answers this question.

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Easter - God's "Yes!" - April 5, 2015

 

If the Cross is God's "No!" to sin, then the Resurrection is His "Yes!" to His Son's atoning work.  Listen in as Pastor Carl tries to unpack some of what this means and what Paul meant when he wrote 1 Corinthians 15:1-28.

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